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Having borne and educated a remarkable family of precocious authors, Ann Martin Taylor followed her daughters Ann and Jane and her son Isaac into print in 1814, and produced a series of conduct books and a volume of devotional writing. She aims her humane yet deeply religious advice at women in their roles as daughters, mothers, wives, employers, and domestic servants.
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1757 Ann Martin, later matriarch of the Taylor family of Ongar, was born in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
By May 1825 AMT published a religious work, The Itinerary of a Traveller in the Wilderness, Addressed to Those who are Performing the same Journey. Bibliographic Citation link.
27 May 1830 AMT died at Ongar, where she was buried beside her husband eight days later. Bibliographic Citation link.
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